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Author Topic: Kenwood Parts source  (Read 410 times)
KM5BH
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« on: August 20, 2007, 10:51:48 AM »

I have a DM-700A and this weekend one of the grandchidren managed to pull the right hand volume knob off the radio. I must have been kicked it out at one the stops and lost it.
Is there a good aource for parts such as this? I can go to the dealer, but that's 200 miles away and i would prefer to mail order it.

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Lewis (KM5BH)
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KE3WD
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« Reply #1 on: August 20, 2007, 11:38:45 AM »

http://www.kenwoodparts.com/

or

Kenwood National Parts: (Pacparts):  

http://www.pacparts.com/


There are others, both east and west coast.


(If shack is separate room, a door lock or even a catch way up high is a good thing.  When the shack is in a shared room, consider locking cabinet, rolltop desk, etc. to keep those little fingers away.  -- Remembering the ham whose little grandchild actually managed to fire the rig up and use the PTT, just like grampa!  We listened to that on 20 meters for over an hour one afternoon, poor guy must have been embarassed at the least if he ever found out.  Then again, the kid was a lot nicer than other things heard on 20...  )




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